Tuesday, September 1, 2015


R. J. Koopmans, B. Admin., Ward G YEG Public School Board Trustee Byelection Candidate, Edmonton, Alberta

September Ist, MMXV

Hon. Dave Eggen, B. Ed., MLA
Minister of Education,
New Democratic, Edmonton-Calder

Dear Dave:

Feeling that "the walls are closing in on him" is Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin (a declared Republican Party U.S. Presidential nomination candidate.) Scotty is looking into a "Creating Job Initiative" & getting workers the skills they need for those job right in Wisconsin so they & their families don't have to leave the state & thus cause tax revenues to drop for coffers & profits for businesses to dry up. Luckily, Scott is economizing & buying pieces of The Berlin Wall to economize since President Ron Reagan, Republican-California had Chairman Gorbachev tear it down! Sort of like how families in Ward G would love it if students from farther south area of Edmonton could be bused in as a stop gap to the Ward's underutilized & even some of their closed schools. This was mentioned to me on several doorsteps last night & would create jobs for teachers & parents who are bus drivers back in the ward.

"But nowadays, the increasingly diverse factory base of southeastern Wisconsin relies on Harley-Davidson, Master Lock, Badger Meter water meters, General Electric medical-imaging equipment, West Bend kitchen appliances, Johnsonville sausages, Kohler sinks & a variety of other types of goods. A planned water-technology hub will no doubt further diversify things." 


R. J.

Source: XLVth Governor Scott Walker, Republican-Wisconsin.

P.S.: As for walls, perhaps the Governor should bring in an expert such as Mr. Les Nessman of WKRP Radio in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

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